ShoreTech Industries - Black Label Muck Reducer Pellets
Our pellets are top tier, high performance, all natural, biodegradable and laboratory formulated using only the highest quality Class-1 organisms. They are dense, slow-release pellets designed to sink down into the muck and effectively deliver essential bio-stimulants and indigenous bacteria. Once tossed into a lake or pond they immediately penetrate and break down organic buildup on the bottom by stimulating naturally occurring bacteria and adding sludge-eating enzymes.
COMMERCIAL GRADE CLASS-1 BACTERIAL CULTURES: Laboratory formulated from high performance beneficial bacteria, bio-vitamins, probiotics & enzymes specifically designed for breaking down & eliminating organic sludge buildup on the bottom of in lakes and ponds along with degrading floating algae mats. Helps clear water and restore healthy oxygen levels
ECO-FRIENDLY: Pellets are biodegradable and completely safe for all aquatic species, fish, waterfowl, and humans. They will not kill living plants or algae.
PROVEN FORMULA: Our formula has been tested extensively and constantly improved over many years. Highly trusted and used by professional applicators all over the world. They are dense, slow-release pellets designed to sink down into the muck and effectively deliver essential bio-stimulants and indigenous bacteria. Capable of reducing up to 12 INCHES of build-up per month. (see dosage rates on back label for details)
IMPROVES LAKE & POND HEALTH: ShoreTech Black Label Muck Pellets are our top tier bacteria product. They will also help reduce phosphates, amonia, toxic gas & odor in lakes and ponds of all sizes.
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL USE: Easy to use and ideal for lakes, shorelines, farm ponds, water gardens, retention ponds, wastewater lagoons, septic systems, irrigation ponds, recreational swimming areas, golf Courses and aquaculture
COST EFFECTIVE: Pellets are typically 1/10th to 1/20th of the cost of dredging.
Traditional Dose: Feed 10-lb to 25-lb per surface-acre once per month depending on depth of muck or extent of surface debris.
Super Dose: For ponds or lakes where they would like to degrade up to 1 foot per month. Feed 50# per acre once per month.
Temperature Range: Works best when water temperature is 60° F (17°C) to 130°F (54°C). The warmer it is the faster they reproduce and digest sludge.
BUY IN BULK AND SAVE. Bulk discounts available for orders of 100 lbs or more. Contact us for pricing!
Lakes: Pellets can be distributed into a lake by a fertilizer spreader attached to the back of the boat. Pellets are typically 1/10th to 1/20th of the cost of dredging.
Decorative Ponds: Pellets are a nice way to keep the pond in check and keep muck to a minimum.
Retention Ponds: Retention ponds start out nice and beautiful and after a few years they become loaded with floating organic matter and muck. Shore Tech Black Label Pellets are an easy way to help balance them out and reduce muck. These pellets will also work well in retention ponds that may have a lot of road salt. A biologically cleaned pond is a happy pond. A mechanically cleaned pond can often be unhappy for some time as it tries to find biological balance.
Golf Courses: Golf courses can get a lot of muck due to runoff, high nutrient loadings, and leaf and grass waste. Our Pellets are an easy and affordable way to keep golf course ponds free of muck and more importantly to help keep them biologically balanced.
Shorelines: Used by homeowners to reduce muck around the shoreline. Just sprinkle some pellets around a dock once a month and let them sink into the muck. Month by month the lake bottom will clean up. Many customers have called them little vacuum cleaners as they see the muck reduce.
Aquaculture: Used to degrade fish poop that accumulates in the bottom of a pond. Our Pellets have proven to be economical and efficient for fish farmers who want to minimize muck accumulation as an alternative to dredging.
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It works best on smaller amounts of muck on bottom after about a week. I find a little expensive.